Dominique Scott-Efurd Joins Forces With Emma Coburn

South African national record holder and five-time NCAA champion Dominique Scott-Efurd announced on Friday that she is joining the training group that includes world championship gold medalist Emma Coburn. The group, which is coached by Coburn’s husband Joe Bosshard, is based in Boulder, Colorado, and also includes Aisha Praught-Leer and Kaela Edwards.



The Bosshard-led group has had great success since its inception in late 2016. In Coburn’s first season being coached by Bosshard, she won gold in the steeplechase, running a lifetime best of 9:02.58. Praught-Leer has set personal bests in the 1500m, 3000m, and the steeplechase, and just took gold at the Commonwealth Games steeplechase.

Scott, 25, has personal bests of 4:07.25 in the 1500m, 8:41.18 in the 3000m, 15:20.10 in the 5000m, and 31:51.47 in the 10,000m. While competing for Arkansas, she swept the 5000m and 10,000 at the 2016 NCAA Championships. Later that summer she competed in the 10,000m at the Olympics, where she placed 21st. 

This past indoor season she finished third in the Millrose Games 3000m (behind her new teammates, Praught-Leer and Coburn) and went on take ninth at the world indoor championships in the same event. 

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Weekend Recap: Tefera Crashes Kejelcha's World Record Party

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Samuel Tefera Upsets Yomif Kejelcha, Breaks 1500m WR

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Hassan, Wanders To Race Monaco 5K On Sunday

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FloTrack Predicts Top-12 NCAA DMRs For This Weekend

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Weekend Watch Guide: Fast Miles & DMR At UW, Austin Marathon LIVE Sunday

With NCAA conference championships next weekend and many of the top pros coming off of the Millrose Games last Saturday, this upcoming Friday through Sunday will be a little quieter for the top track and field athletes. But there's still plenty of entertaining races coming your way on FloTrack this weekend, from fast mid-distance action in Seattle to our race coverage of the 2019 Austin Marathon and more.

House Of Run: What's Kejelcha's Next Move?

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These 58 Returning All-Americans Haven't Qualified For NCAAs Yet

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NCAA 800m Champ Sammy Watson Is Going Pro

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A Crazy Second Lap And Other Takeaways From Kejelcha's 3:48.46 Mile

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Despite falling short of his goal of breaking Hicham El Guerrouj’s 3:48.45 by an excruciating 0.01 seconds, Yomif Kejelcha’s mile on Saturday completely lived up to the pre-race hype. Not only did he run the fastest time indoors in 22 years, but his inconsistent splits underscored a performance that could have been faster with smoother pacing. And at just 21-years-old, Kejelcha’s near-miss at the Armory felt much more like a triumph than a failure.